Ecseri Flea Market (Ecseri bolhapiac), Budapest

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Find great bargains and search for hidden treasures at Ecseri Flea Market (Ecseri bolhapiac). Not far from the city center, the market is easily accessible by public transportation. Look for everything from works of art and handicrafts to musical instruments, pieces of furniture, porcelain, antique weapons, toys, household items, and more. In addition to centuries-old items, you'll find a good selection of memorabilia from the Communist era. Even though many sellers don't speak much English, you should be able to inquire about items and negotiate prices without too much trouble. Haggling is a common practice, and most sellers are prepared to lower their prices slightly. To visit Ecseri Flea Market (Ecseri bolhapiac) and other attractions in Budapest, use our Budapest journey maker tool.
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  • I have visited the Ecseri flea market twice in recent weeks, once on a Saturday and once on a Sunday. The place is pretty much dead with many vendors not open and very few buyers. It is a ways out.....  more
    I have visited the Ecseri flea market twice in recent weeks, once on a Saturday and once on a Sunday. The place is pretty much dead with many vendors not open and very few buyers. It is a ways out.....  more »
  • Visited the market on Monday, in January. It was rather a depressed place with almost empty stalls and several sleeping sellers. The assortment of ‘antiques’ majorly revolves around soviet dishes and....  more
    Visited the market on Monday, in January. It was rather a depressed place with almost empty stalls and several sleeping sellers. The assortment of ‘antiques’ majorly revolves around soviet dishes and....  more »
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  • Most of the sellers are not there most of the time and on Friday morning the market was without visitors, but still plenty of interesting stuff to go through :-) The opening hours differ from what google says, see picture.
  • Disappointment. There are only few permanent shops are open. Those try to sell old, dirty, broken furniture. It might be Covid or the disinterest, what killed this once vibrant and full-of-life place.

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